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ll across the country, food lovers are cooking up something wholesome and flavorful. They are making a commit­ment to eating better on their own terms by making more meals at home. They are finding that home cooking with real ingredients is inherently healthier — and it’s surprisingly easy. With a few simple changes, you can make a big difference in the healthfulness of everyday meals. “By adding herbs and spices, it’s easy to make healthy foods more flavorful. And it’s a smart way to freshen up your family’s standby recipes while gradually reducing re­liance on sugar, sodium or fat,” said Chef Mark Garcia, of the McCormick Kitchens. For freshened-up family favorites, try making these simple, healthful changes that are simply delicious: n Replace

the heavy breading on chicken tenders with a flour mixture spiced with paprika, black pepper and oregano.

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Expert Tips to Provide Birds with Basic Needs to Weather Winter BRANDPOINT

Winter is prime time for attracting birds. Beckoning birds to your backyard in winter can be easier than in any other season if you provide what they need to weather and survive the coldest months. Scarcity of natural available food, cold temperatures and severe storms push bird mortality high all winter long. You can help birds meet their nutritional needs during wintertime, and will surely be rewarded with a diverse, frequent flock of feathered friends. There's lots of birdfeed to choose from, and much of it is produced as a sideline business and can contain low quality fill that birds just won't eat. Some birdfeed has even been identified as containing toxins known to be harmful to wildlife. Responsible research on your bird feed choices will provide birds with the food they require and protect them from toxic chemicals. Look for all natural products with absolutely no fillers, preservatives, mineral oils, or pesticides, so you can be sure you're giving your backyard birds the best in high quality, safe food choices they'll love. Birding expert Elaine Cole offers some timely tips to ensure birds in your backyard this winter season.

backyard birds love this highcalorie, fat-rich nut. Because peanuts don't freeze, they're perfect for winter feeding.

Food - Feeding birds is by far the simplest way to attract them. Adding the best winter bird food choices to your feeders when the temperatures drop, will give birds the extra energy they need to survive even the worst weather. Foods high in oil and fat are the most popular winter picks.

Niger - Also known as thistle seed is a favorite food for winter finches such as pine siskins, redpolls, and goldfinches. Another oily seed that offers lots of calories, niger helps birds store fat they need to keep warm.

Black oil sunflower seeds - Seeds have slightly thinner shells and a higher oil content than other types of sunflower seeds, making them a more efficient and nutritious food. Offer them in platform, tube or hopper feeders to attract a wide range of hungry birds. You can eliminate discarded shells (that lie under snow and damage new grass in spring) by serving Sunflower Meats with shells already removed.

Fruit - Many songbirds that favor fruit migrate in winter, but many other birds that stay in snowy areas year-round will also enjoy the treat. Offer chopped apples, orange wedges, or banana slices, on platform feeders, spikes or nailed to trees. Chopped or dried fruit can also be added to suet mixtures.

Suet - For maximum calories, suet is an optimum winter food choice. Look for no-melt suet cakes as well as suet specialty feed blends that include nuts, seeds and other enticing elements into the suet. Peanuts - From jays and titmice to nuthatches and chickadees, many

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Seed mixes - For convenient and economical winter feeding; nothing beats a good-quality birdseed mix. While birds can probably tell a good mix just by looking at it, humans cannot. Choose a mix that features large proportions of sunflower seeds and millet, but avoid mixes with large proportions of unappetizing fillers such as wheat, milo and corn. Birds will pick out the yummy

stuff and leave the filler — and a big mess — behind. Water - Fresh, liquid, moving water using birdbath spritzers or fountains will readily attract many backyard birds in winter. Add a heater to your water supply and you'll be surprised at the number of birds that use it. Shelter - A cozy place to roost will keep your backyard birds secure and comfortable even in the worst weather. Bird roost boxes and other shelters are essential to protect small birds from frigid, dropping temperatures. Offer birds a source of winter nesting material to use as insulation.

Health insurance plans have grown increasingly expensive, and many employers shop around regularly in order to save money as well as keep prices affordable for their employees. This could mean that at the start of every new year, individuals have a new insurance card in their pockets and a new plan to learn. Over the last couple of years, annual increases of around 9 percent in insurance costs have been the norm. While the rate of increase going from 2011 to 2012 was lower, at about 5.5 percent, according to information from CNN Money, that is still around a 2 percent difference in the rate of inflation and salary growth. Due to these rising costs, employees are bearing more of the financial burden of paying for health insurance by paying higher deductibles and co-payments. When adapting to a new health insurance plan, people can take the following steps to make the transition easier. Understand the type of plan you have Health plans are largely broken down into two main categories: HMOs and PPOs. All managed plans contract with doctors, hospitals, pharmacies, and laboratories to provide services at a certain cost. Generally this group of medical providers is known as a “network.” HMOs, or health management organizations, require you receive most or all of your health care from a network provider. You also may need to select a primary care physician who oversees and manages all of your health care requirements, including approving referrals for tests or approving visits to specialists. PPOs, or preferred provider organizations, create a list of preferred providers that participants can visit. You will not need to select a primary care physician and likely won’t need referrals to visit specialists. Should you choose to stay in-network, you will pay only the co-payment required. However, you also have the option of going out of your network, and will have to pay the co-insurance,

which is the balance remaining for the doctor after the PPO has paid their share. Many plans will cover 70 to 80 percent of the out-of-network bill, and you will be responsible for the rest. HMOs are the least expensive option, but they’re typically the least flexible as well. For those who have a family doctor who is in-network and will not need to see doctors outside of the network, it is financially beneficial to go with an HMO. Those who routinely see specialists or want greater say over when and where they can go to the doctor, a PPO is a better option. Having said this, understand the type of plan your employer is now offering. If you will be using an HMO, you may have to find an entirely new set of doctors to see and should be ready for this reality. Take note of co-payment and co-insurance changes It is generally the patient’s responsibility to know what is expected of him or her at the time of payment. Doctors take many different plans, and some prefer not to manage the terms and conditions of each and leave it up to the patient to understand the specifics. As such, you should know your copayment requirement for tests, office visits, lab work and the like. You will be responsible for making these copayments at the time of your visit, as

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Central Library January 17 7:00 p.m. Clowns Dave and Cherie, Ambassadors of Laughter from the Ringling Bros. & Barnum Bailey Circus will stop by to help celebrate “Reading with Ringling Bros.!” Space is limited - registration is required. Kids can earn a FREE circus ticket for participating in and completing the associated reading program. Parents can call or visit any Coweta Public Library System location to register their child or for more information. Info: 770-683-2052 www.cowetapubliclibrary.org

Free document shredding

Newnan City Hall January 19 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Residents' opportunity to safely discard confidential documents using a mobile, on-site shredding truck. Residents can watch their documents being shredded and have comfort knowing that the shredded materials will be recycled without risk of their confidential information falling into the wrong hands. Info: 770-253-8283 www.keepnewnanbeautiful.org

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Health Connection

Can Diet Soda Cause Weight Gain? METRO GRAPHICS

For decades, people have turned to diet soft drinks as a healthier alternative to regular soft drinks. However, consuming diet soda on a regular basis may have some serious health ramifications, including weight gain. It may seem counterintuitive to suggest that diet sodas may be causing people to gain weight, particularly because these sodas are commonly consumed by people who are trying to lose weight. However, artificial sweeteners found in some diet sodas may increase a person's risk of obesity. It's not entirely what you are eating that can cause weight gain but what the body thinks it is eating (or drinking) that plays a role. There are two factors at play with regard to the artificial sweetener conundrum. First, The University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio

has researched the potential link between obesity and artificial sweeteners. Researchers have found that something in the chemical structure of these sweeteners alters the way the brain processes the neurotransmitter serotonin. In addition to helping with sleep, mood and other functions in the body, serotonin helps tell the body when it is full. When natural foods and sugars are consumed, serotonin

signals to the brain to turn off your body's appetite. However, artificial sweeteners may prolong the release of serotonin, and your appetite remains in full force long after it should have abated. Another component of artificial sweeteners, particularly aspartame, is that these chemicals can trick the body into thinking it has, in fact, consumed sugar. That triggers the pancreas to produce the insulin needed to regulate blood-glucose levels. It also causes the body to store the glucose as fat. This can lead to low blood sugar, which may cause you to eat a sugary treat in response. Having diet soda or eating a sugarless item once in a while won't create any long-term effects. But repeatedly relying on artificial sweeteners could affect appetite and change blood sugar levels for good. These aren't the only conse-

quences to diet soda and other beverages. Drinking diet soda regularly may affect cardiovascular health. According to the American Heart Association, research presented at the American Stroke Association's International Stroke Conference found people who drink diet soda every day have a 61 percent higher risk of vascular events than those who reported no soda consumption. Regular soda isn't a better alternative. It can contribute to weight gain and cardiovascular issues as well as an increased risk for diabetes. A 2011 review published in the journal Circulation stated that a positive association has been shown between sugarsweetened soft drink consumption and weight gain in both children and adults. Nutritionists and doctors have advised that instead of adding artificial sweeteners to water and

all natural remedies are without merit, and some traditional medicines are actually derived from natural, plant-based ingredients themselves. According to surgeon and author, Dr. Walter C. Thompson, “Herbal medicine is safe because it’s natural. After researching the literature, one can truly say that, at the very least, herbal medicine is safer than conventional drugs.” Those thinking about incorporating natural remedies into their health regimen can consider the following options.

As prevalent as prescription medications are, all-natural remedies for common illnesses and conditions are still a viable alternative to prescription medications for many people. But are these all-natural options safe? In 2011, Apple founder Steve Jobs lost his battle with pancreatic cancer. Reports indicate that Jobs, a devout Buddhist, delayed surgery and other traditional treatments for almost a year while he participated in holistic treatments for the cancer. Some of these included juice fasts, bowel cleansings, acupuncture, herbal supplements, and even a vegan diet. Eventually, Jobs had surgery, but some experts feel he waited too long. Although conventional care is often an effective means to treating illnesses and other conditions, there are many doctors who agree that implementing natural remedies at times can be safe and effective. Furthermore, not

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and just helps us in figuring everything out.” T he f i re sta r ted on t he south side of the complex s hor t ly b efore 3 : 3 0 a . m . , according to Newnan Fire D e p a r t m e nt C h ie f D av id Whitley. “The fire was fully involved upon our arrival,” the chief sa id , add i n g 21 f i ref i g hter s , fou r en g i ne s a nd a n aerial truck were involved. Firef ighters had the blaze under control in under 30 minutes. “It started on the far end ... but the f ire wa ll at his (Rhodes’) off ices held it in check,” Whitley said.

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and the school system will reimburse the authority for the cost. “We have given them a preliminary number of just over a million dollars,” said Jay Boren, authority interim general manager. The project will consist of six to eight miles of “force main” and two lift stations, according to the preliminary engineering study, Boren said. The route hasn’t been determined. “We’re looking at coming up Corinth Road currently,” Boren said, but “it is not set in stone.” The cost isn’t, either. There will be

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There are 163 foreclosurerelated advertisements listed in today’s legal advertising section of The Newnan Times-Herald. That’s up slightly from last month, when there were 160 — the lowest of the year. July’s 224 notices were the highest of the year. This month’s foreclosures are almost exclusively singlefamily residential properties. However, one that isn’t residential is a 43.25-acre tract along Hwy. 16 East owned by PTV LLC. The property was formerly the Autumn’s Gate mobile home park. A c c ord i n g to t h e le g a l advertisement, the sale under power is to secure debt under a promissory note that was originally executed on June 27, 2006, for $3.5 million. The promissory note was modified several times, with the most recent modification on March 24, 2010. The last principal amount listed was $2,115,536, listed from a modification on Aug. 5, 2009. PTV originally bought the property in June 2005. Georgia’s foreclosure rates remain among the highest in the country. According to Realty Trac, Georgia is one

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a clause in the memorandum of understanding about possible unforeseen extra costs. “As long as it is justifiable… we won’t be liable for that,” Boren said. “Of course we’re going to monitor this project like every one of them, and hold costs as low as we can,” he said. The sewer line will connect to the under-construction extension along Highway 16, which will send wastewater to the authority’s Shenandoah

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the Sept. 18 meeting. Other items on the agenda include: ■ A request by Stalwart Films to close a portion of Coweta-Heard Road for filming of AMC hit cable TV show “The Walking Dead.” ■ A decision on the request of The Heritage School for a variance of the planting requirements around a newlyconstructed detention pond. The detention pond was built as part of an expansion of the school. The pond is completely surrounded by forest, according to the planning department.

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Martin Luther King, Jr. played a pivotal role in race relations in the United States for nearly a decade. He helped secure the end of legal segregation of AfricanAmerican citizens, created the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and served as a source of inspiration for black individuals across the globe. Dr. King did not begin his life as a crusader or public figure. He had much more modest beginnings in rural Atlanta. Born Michael King, Jr., he was the middle child of Michael King, Sr. and Alberta Williams King. Michael King, Sr. served as pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church upon the death of his father-in-law, who was the church’s prior pastor. At this point, the elder king decided to change his name to Martin Luther to honor the famed Protestant religious leader. His son soon decided to adopt the name as well. A religious family, the Kings tried to shield their children from the realities of racism that were alive and well in the country. They believed racism and segregation to be an affront to God’s will, and Martin, Sr. discouraged separation of class and taught these lessons to his children. Those lessons resonated with Martin, Jr. Dr. King attended Booker T. Washington High School and was so advanced he was able to skip both the 9th and 11th grades. He went on to college at the age of 15, graduating from Morehouse College in 1948 with a degree in sociology. In his junior year of college, King enrolled in a Bible class that sparked a renewed enthusiasm for the ministry. He later enrolled in the liberal Crozer Theological Seminary in Chester, Pennsylvania, where he received a Bachelor’s of Divinity. Later he attended Boston University and earned

a Ph.D. at the age of 25. It was during his time in Boston that he met his future wife, Coretta Scott. While he was completing his dissertation work, Dr. King became the pastor for the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church of Montgomery, Alabama. Martin Luther King, Jr. became directly involved in the civil rights movement after the head of the local NAACP chapter in Montgomery met with him on the night that Rosa Parks was arrested for failure to give up her bus seat to a white passenger. Dr. King helped institute the Montgomery Bus Boycott. During this time, African-Americans refused to ride the public bus system in Montgomery. The boycott lasted 382 days. During that time, Dr. King’s home was bombed due to his involvement in the boycott, and he was arrested for conspiracy. His work paid off on December 21, 1956, when the Supreme Court ruled that racial segregation on public transportation was illegal. Dr. King promoted nonviolent protests against unfairness to the African-American community, urging civil disobedience and peaceful protests, tenets that formed the basis for the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, or SCLC, which he led. He participated in numerous nonviolent protests and was arrested several times. During one stint in jail, he penned his famous, “Letter from a Birmingham Jail.” Dr. King established a relationship with fellow AfricanAmerican civil rights activist Bayard Rustin, who shared similar interests, including the teachings of Gandhi. Rustin would serve as King’s mentor and also was the main organizer of the March on Washington that took place on August 28, 1963. Approximately 250,000 demonstrators were involved in the march, and it was the largest

demonstration in the nation’s capital up to that time. In front of the Lincoln Memorial, Dr. King issued his famed “I Have a Dream” speech. He later met with President John F. Kennedy to appeal for greater rights for African-Americans and called for an end of segregation. As a result of his civil rights efforts, Dr. King was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize on December 10, 1964, at the age of 35. He was the youngest person ever to receive the honor. He donated all of the prize money to his racial equality effort. Through the late 1960s, Dr. King expanded his Civil Rights Movement to other cities. But he was often met with criticism, especially when he appealed to white middleclass citizens. Many militant black organizations considered King’s methods too weak and ineffective. His support was faltering and Dr. King grew weary of marches, jail and protests. However, in April of 1968, a labor strike in Memphis drew King’s attention, and he gave a speech about the sanitation labor dispute, which would prove to be prophetic. The next day, on April 4, Dr. King was hit by a sniper’s bullet while standing on an outside terrace of his motel room at the Lorraine Motel. King’s words from the previous day, including, “I’ve seen the promised land. I may not get there with you. But I want you to know tonight that we, as a people, will get to the promised land,” were haunting. James Earl Ray was charged with the assassination. In his honor, Americans have celebrated Martin Luther King, Jr. Day as a federal holiday since 1986. King was posthumously awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1977. Many streets have been renamed in his honor, and Dr. King remains a source of inspiration decades after his death.

This award-winning series presented the stories of over 120 local men and women and was a favorite of readers young and old. Since the series ended, we have had countless requests to reproduce this collection of stories so they may be preserved for future generations and enjoyed time and again in their entirety. We are pleased to announce the entire series has been published in a limited edition hardcover book with 288 pages that tell the stories and feature photographs of these proud men and women.

Pick up your copy today at 16 Jefferson Street, Newnan, GA 30263 Also available to order online at times-herald/store or fill out the form below and mail with your payment to: The Newnan Times-Herald c/o Book Order P.O. 1052, Newnan, GA 30264

A collection of stories from Coweta County’s WWII Veterans and The Newnan Times-Herald Harold Barron

Paul Deverick

Bill Dailey

Wendell Whitlock

Winston Clark

Elmer Spradlin

James McCalla

Robert Alexander

Horace Couch

Paul McKnight

J. T. Joiner

Don Lindstrom

Hugo Parkman

Clarence Boynton

Bob Newton

Charles Turner

Frank Moynahan

C. B. Warren

Everett Graves

Marvin O’Neal

Horace McMullan

Albert “Lee” Herrington

James Goodrum

Jack Wade

Bob Eatman

Alton Reeves

Eddie B. Bass

Joe Lowe

James Mansour

Merlin Houston

Joe Todd

Robert E. “Bob” Lee

James Robb

Robert Pittman

Coleman Yarbrough

Mickey Williams

Udolphus Daulton Payne

Tommy Thompson

Jimmy Carlisle

Bob Haynie

Homer Youngblood

Ed Wolak

Harold Barber

Patrick Ciandella

Bert Bray

Gene Cook

‘Flying the Hump’

Frank Cheney

Art Carlson

Sarah Rone

Harry Newton

James Maddux

D. M. “Hump” Humphries

Dan Moten

Helen Denton

E. R. Forsyth

Gilbert Taylor

Edwin Bean

Ed Wyrick

Ed Milton

Bill Barrow

Tom Miller

James Stitcher

Donald Van Houten

Robert Sanders

John Richards

Famous Quotes from Martin Luther King, Jr.

James Warren

Sam Isaac

Bill Jones

Ford Boling

Bill Deakins

Roscoe McMichael

“In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.”

Bill Lowry

Leo Baker

Jimmy Nixon

Alton Kirby

Grover McMichael

Marvin Brittain

Arthur Dye

Robert Bridges

Cecil Taylor

David Mealor

William Tinsley

Alvin Warren

“Faith is taking the first step even when you can’t see the whole staircase.” “The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.”

Ferrell Parrott

Al Lewis

James “Jim” Williams

“Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.”

Walter Ferrari

William Smith

Walter Craven

Roy Pitts

Marvin Kee

Earl Smith

“If you can’t fly then run, if you can’t run then walk, if you can’t walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward.”

Norman Estes

Sisto “Sas” Radicchi

Robert Allen

Raymond Cook

Donn Murray

William Jackson

Clifford Wright

David Potter

John Finley

Tom Glanton

Eric Chaffin

Tom Norton

Tom Camp

Nelson Reinhardt

Leland Rogers

John Keeble

Lowell Chambers

Jack Humphrey

Bobby Hammond

Jesse Hayes

John Byrd

Edwin Fey

Jim Wasson

Bill Rainer

J. W. Hartley

Olin Watson

Zane Bristol

Adrian Daane

C. E. “Chunk” Dingler

Bruce Deakin

William Morris

Bob Taylor

J. T. Williams

Helen H. Tillett

Ralph Parks

– Martin Luther King Jr.

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